Brass and Aluminum Radiators

Brass and Aluminum radiator

Brass and Aluminum Radiators Scrap Recycling

Aluminum and Brass Radiators are heat exchangers that move heat from one medium to another for cooling and heating purposes. Most radiators are made to work in automobiles, buildings, and electronics.

Automobile radiators

Vehicle engines require radiators to circulate coolant through pliable fins made of brass and aluminum in order to prevent overheating. The radiator fins in older cars are frequently brass, although aluminum is used in later vehicles because it is lighter.

Home and Building Radiators

Radiators are used in homes to provide warmth, not cooling, unlike radiators used in automobiles. Metal is used to make radiators because it is a great heat conductor. The radiator’s outside fins gradually warm up when hot water or steam passes through it. The air around those fins warms up along with them.

Preparing a radiator for scrap

The cleaner the radiator is, similar to many metals, the more you will make from selling it. When something is described as “clean,” any steel or plastic ends have been removed, leaving only the aluminum or brass. To do this, you can use a Sawzall or another reciprocating saw. Remember to wear safety goggles and gloves!

The best approach to get rid of outdated home and automobile radiators is through recycling. Come to us for the recycling of Brass + Aluminum Radiators and receive payment for the components.

For large quantities, we offer scrap metal container services to store your scrap radiators

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